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McWilliams covers these topics and more in his recent reports:
— Why is tracking design win activity particularly important for investors in companies like Cavium? Why is Cavium a potential "cloud computing" play, and which "cloud computing" leaders does Cavium do business with? Based on an in depth valuation analysis, are shares of Cavium trading below their fair value price?
— Does McWilliams see any upside catalysts for IDT for the first half of 2011? What do investors need to know about IDT’s research and development spending? Is IDT now trading for less that McWilliams’ fair value range for the stock?
— What three primary markets have driven the turnaround story for International Rectifier and how are these markets faring in 2011? Does McWilliams expect the International Rectifier turnaround to continue this year?
— Does McWilliams see even more upside for ARM Holdings thanks to its big presence in the booming smartphone mobile computing market or has the stock now risen too far, too fast? Does McWilliams believe Wall Street’s 2011 earnings estimates for ARM are too low?
— What current trends does McWilliams expect to benefit Broadcom going forward? What is McWilliams referring to when he writes "Broadcom has a lot going for it"? Does McWilliams see Wall Street’s earnings outlook for Broadcom as being too low? What is McWilliams’ fair value range for the stock and how much upside does it represent from current prices?
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